3rd May, 2009
With violence against women affecting hundreds of thousands of women in Britain every year, yet the conviction
rate for rape the lowest it’s been for decades, we’re taking to the streets to march against violence against women.
We’re asking all self-defining women (children welcome) to join us for a defiant march through Cambridge, reclaiming public spaces from fear of violence.
Assemble 8:30pm in the middle of Parkers’ Piece for a women’s march to King’s College Chapel, where from 9:15pm there will be talk and a vigil open to all genders with music, speakers and silence.